notably, 52% of Republicans said Iran can be contained with diplomacy and 17% said it is not a threat at this time.
Most heinously of all, she carried pictures of Western pop stars, notably Celine Dion, on her mobile phone.
The younger Le Pen, a lawyer by trade, began her National Front career running the notably litigious party's legal service.
Celebrity publicists—a notably power-aware lot whom I often contacted in my job—were more responsive.
Of course, these conservatives were notably unenthusiastic about Romney during the primaries.
It was notably during the presidency of Felix Faure that Rambouillet again took on its animation of former times.
But, as Laura Ann said, it entailed things, notably industry.
They feed on other things, too, notably their own spawn or that of other fish.
Often, however, it was associated with notably accurate versions.
The earlier work, notably that of L. Brieger, chiefly concerned ptomaines (vide infra), but no great advance resulted.
mid-14c., from Old French notable "well-known, notable, remarkable" (13c.) and directly from Latin notabilis "noteworthy, extraordinary," from notare "to note" (see note (v.)). The noun meaning "a person of distinction" is first recorded 1815. Related: Notably; notableness.